Lord Mayor's Show 1621 Reconstructed
29th October, 2021
St Mary le Bow Churchyard, Cheapside, London

On Friday 29th October we'll be recreating elements from the 1621 Lord Mayor's Show at Cheapside, as part of a day of fun experiences. From walking tours, to a dress up procession, to the recreations itself, we hope to present elements of The Sun in Aries by Thomas Middleton from 1621 in the open air and free to all. And we'd like your help!
As part of the event, we'd like the audience and more committed fans of London to dress up and celebrate the imagery of the pageants. We're not looking for absolute historical accuracy, just to have a crowd that looks amazing and want to have fun. There'll even be a prize for the best costume in the crowd!
If you'd like to come along, get dressed up, or just be kept up to speed, give us a buzz with the form below.

COVID NOTE: Though an outdoor event, we will be following all COVID restrictions carefully, and ask that people respect the law (obviously) and the precautions the event will put in place. A lot of our planning will be run online using zoom and other digital platforms

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Are you a representative of a group who would like to be collectively involved? Let us know a little about who you are, any useful links...
Beyond attending, would you like to be involved in some other way?
Details about how you'd like to be involved, if it's more complicated than a tick box will allow...
The Recon will be performed three times on Friday 29th October - which time are you likely to want to attend?
I'd be interested in coming up with a costume of any of the below figures from the time/pageant. (Costumes don't have to be perfect, how to guides are coming!)
Do you have any skills/resources you might be willing to share? Music, costumes, props, other.
Do you have any questions about the event?
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